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Guru Nanak Dev Ji - 1469 - 1539

Father: Mehta Kalayan Das

Mother: Mata Tripata

Born on: 15th April, 1469 A.D.

Born at: Rae Bhoi di Talavandi known as Nankana Sahib, now in Pakistan

Wife: Mata Sulakhani

Children: Sri chand and Lakhmi Das

Guru Nanak is the first Guru of the Sikhs, he founded the Sikh Faith. He taught that everyone is equal and said that all are the children one of God. He did away with the rituals and idol worshipping. He belived in truthful living and meditation on the name of God. He started a free kitchen or Langar and wrote the Japji Sahib, a prayer that Sikhs recite each morning.

Guru Angad Dev Ji - 1504 - 1552

Father: Bhai Pheru Mall

Mother: Mata Daya Kaur

Born on: 31st March, 1504 A.D.

Born at: Matte di Sarae, Dist. Firozpur in Punjab

Wife: Mata Khivi

Children: Sons - Baba Dasu Ji & Baba Dattu Ji, Daughters - Bibi Amro Ji & Bibi Anokhi Ji

Guru Angad Dev Ji isthe second Guru of the Sikhs. He was a disciple of Guru Nanak's teachings and through his humbleness was chosen to succeed Guru Nanak. He encouraged people to learn Punjabi and introduced Gurmukhi script.

Guru Amardas Ji- 1479 - 1574

Father: Bhai Tej Bhan

Mother: Mata Sulakhani

Born on: 5th May, 1479 A.D.

Born at: Village Basarke in Dist. Amritsar

Wife: Mata Mansa Devi

Childrens: Sons - Bhai Mohan and Bhai Mohri, Daughters - Bibi Dani Ji and Bibi Bhani Ji

Guhe Emperor Akbar, who was asked to sit on the floor and eat a meal with the Guru. The highlighted fact that in the Guru's eyes, all were equal, and no one person was higher than any other even though he may be an Emperor. Guru Amardas wrote the Anand Sahib, a prayer that is said near the end of every worship.

Guru Ramdas Ji
- 1534 - 1581

Father: Bhai Hari Das

Mother: Mata Daya Kaur

Born on: 24th September 1534

Born at: Chuni Mandi in Lahore, now in Pakistan

Wife: Mata Bhani Ji

Children: Sons - Baba Prithi Chand ji, Baba Mahan Dev Ji, Guru Arjan Dev

Guru Ramdas is the forth Guru. He established a city called Ramdaspur, where he built a pool. This city later became known as Amritsar, the pool of nector, and is now the centre of the Sikhs faith.

Guru Arjun Dev Ji -1563 - 1606

Father: Guru Ram Das

Mother: Bibi Bhani

Born on: 15th April 1563

Born at: Goindval in Dist. Amritsar

Wife: Mata Ganga

Children: Sons - Guru Hargobind ji

Guru Arjun Dev is the fifth Guru of the Sikhs. He was the youngest son of Guru Ramdas. He laid the foundations of the Golden Temple which is built in the pool built by his father. Guru Arjun is most famous for collecting together the hymns of the first four Gurus and other writers. He compiled the Granth Sahib and the Sukhmani prayer - the treasure of peace.

Guru Hargobind Ji - 1595 - 1644

Father: Guru Arjan Dev

Mother: Mata Ganga

Born on: 19th June 1595

Born at: Guru Ki Vadali in Dist. Amritsar

Wife: Mata Nanaki, Mata Mahadevi, Mata Damodari

Children: Sons - Baba Gurditta , Baba Suraj Mal , Baba Ani Rai, Baba Atal Rai & Guru Tegh Bahadur
Daughter - Bibi Biro

Guru Hargobind Ji is the sixth Guru and the only son of Guru Arjun Dev. He trained the Sikhs to fight; they then constructed a fort at Amritsar.

Guru Har Rai Ji - 1630 - 1661

Father: Baba Gurdita

Mother: Mata Nihal Kaur

Born on: 26th February 1630

Born at: Kiratpur, Dist. Ropar in Panjab

Wife: Mata Krishen Kaur

Children: Baba Ram Rai & Guru Har Krishan

Guru Har Rai is the seventh Guru; He was the grandson of Guru Hargobind. He tried to live in peace and spread Sikh teachings.

Guru Harkrishen Ji - 1656 - 1664

Father: Guru Har Rai

Mother: Mata Krishen

Born on: 7th July 1656

Born at: Kiratpur, Dist. Ropar in Panjab

Wife: N/A

Children: N/A

Guru Harkrishan was the youngest son of Guru Har Rai and was only 5 years old when he became Guru. He spent his short life looking after sick and needy and he died of small pox at the age of only eight years.

Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji - 1621 - 1675

Father: Guru Har Gobind

Mother: Mata Nanaki

Born on: 1st April 1621

Born at: Guru ke Mahal in Amritsar

Wife: Mata Gujri

Children: Guru Gobind Singh

Guru Tegh Bahadur was the youngest son of Guru Hargobind and became the ninth Guru. At the request of Hindu priests from Kashmir, the Guru went to plead with Emperor Aurangzeb to stop forcibly converting Hindus to Muslims. The Guru was beheaded by the emperor when he could not be persuaded to convert onto a Muslim.

Guru Gobind Singh Ji - 1666 - 1708

Father: Guru Tegh Bahadur

Mother: Mata Gujri

Born on: 22nd September 1666

Born at: Patna Sahib in State of Bihar in India

Wife: Mata Jeeto

Children: Zorawar Singh, Ajit Singh, Jujha Singh, Fateh Singh
Guru Gobind Singh was the only son of Guru Tegh Bahadur. He was made Guru at the age of nine. Guru Gobind Singh created the khalsa, the body of Saint-Soliders and gave the Sikhs the symbols of the Khalsa known as the 'Five Ks'. He also gave the Sikhs new names - all men would be called "Singh" which means lion, and all women "Kaur" which means princess. These new Sikhs did not recognise differences in caste or religion.

His Final contribution to the Sikhs was to say that there would be no more human Gurus. In future, the Guru would be scriptures known as the Guru Granth Sahib ji

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Guru Guru Guru kar man mor ...Guru bina main nahi hor....

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Thanx Yaar

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Does anyone knows any website, that will let me download the life sakhi of all the Gurus ? Guru di jeevan sakhi download kithon ho sakdi a ? Please post and help me. I want to learn more about my religion.

Old 23-Sep-2012
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thou i m sakhi critic ...but heres the link to nanak janamsakhi
search suraj parkash
panth parkash
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Old 23-Sep-2012
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Thanks Majaj, But is there any website that I can use to download Janamsakhi of all the Gurus? Like in pdf format.

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Majaj ^^shabash pinky g

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